Piasa- Native American folklore: a sort of dragon creature, painted on limestone to symbolize the Cahokia tribe in Illinois. It was thought to be a symbol to warn other tribes that they were entering Cahokia territory.

Piasa- Native American folklore: a sort of dragon creature, painted on limestone to symbolize the Cahokia tribe in Illinois. It was thought to be a symbol to warn other tribes that they were entering Cahokia territory.

Hokhoku- North American  folklore: a huge bird that hunts and eats humans by crushing their skulls and eating their brains.

Hokhoku- North American folklore: a huge bird that hunts and eats humans by crushing their skulls and eating their brains.

Mishibizhiw (Native American) - As the fastest fresh water creatures, these water panthers can outswim any prey. Their beautiful scales would have many admirers if they weren't such aggressive predators. They are also known to leap out of the water onto prey on land, surprising deer, boar and humanoids that think they are save on dry land as these Water Panthers are amphibious. They often serve Abaia or Ahuizotl.

Creature concept for practice. The Mishibizhiw is a mythological creature from the Native American societies around the Great Lakes region of the U. It's both a creature of the water .

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Awesome interpretation of the bloody Wendigo. Because I think that might be a future story antlers creature native american indians legend

Fsti Capcaki- Native American myth: a giant hairy humanoid that is strong enough to rip out trees from the ground and use it as a club. It smells like stagnant waters and is covered in gray fur.

Fsti Capcaki- Native American myth: a giant hairy humanoid that is strong enough to rip out trees from the ground and use it as a club. It smells like stagnant waters and is covered in gray fur.

Yeitso (Native American) - Demonical giants that are covered in pangolin-scales, they use these scales as throwing knives and even as sword-like weapons.

Yeitso- Native American myth: a scaled giant who preyed on humans. It was defeated by magic arrows given to two heroes by the sun god.

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